Each room is furnished and decorated to a high standard (with no chintz or teddy bears, we might add). You can find further information about individual rooms on the Rooms page, but each is equipped with,
► a writing desk or dressing table and chair
► two armchairs
► a flat screen TV, with Freeview and DVD player
► a radio alarm clock
► a hairdryer
► hospitality tray with tea, coffee, drinking chocolate, a selection of herb teas, biscuits and mints
► bar soap, liquid soap, shampoo and shower gel (see our environmental policy). Also bubble bath if applicable
► a set of hand and bath towels for each guest
► cotton wool & cotton buds, shower cap and tissues
A small refrigerator for guest use is on the first floor landing, and is stocked with fresh milk and cold water. There is also a drinking water tap on the landing which bypasses our water softening system.
Enjoy a DVD in your room or the guest lounge, from our large selection.
Chill out on the lawn or in the guesthouse with a drink from our honesty bar, where we offer a range of beers, spirits, wines and soft drinks.
Breakfasts at Lowerfield
Farm have been awarded the
Breakfast Award' for their
quality. We have received
this award continuously
since its inception in 2010,
and were delighted to
receive this once again in
our most recent inspection
in January 2014.
As well as our extensive and acclaimed Full English, we offer bagels and muffins with smoked salmon, ham or a variety of eggs. We are more than happy to be flexible with our breakfast ingredients to offer you different combinations if preferred.
We also offer American-style pancakes, with cream and bananas, bacon, or maple syrup.
Vegetarian options are no problem, and with some notice we can also cater for celiacs or gluten allergies.
Our ingredients are fresh, and include our own home-baked bread, meaty pork sausages from our own rare breed pigs, our own bacon (when available), and fresh free-range hen or duck eggs from our own flock. We have honey products from our own hives and also regularly offer home-made jams.
We have a level 5 (Very Good) grading from the Food Standards Agency.
We are blessed with many very good eating places in the local area. In addition many of the local pubs still retain their character and have resisted the temptation to move to a corporate standard.
In Willersey, just a mile up the road from us, there are two local pubs that serve food - the New Inn and the Bell Inn. In Broadway there are good pubs and restaurants, and a wide range of good eating places in Chipping Campden. Other local villages have charming pubs, including the first National Trust pub in the country at Bretforton in the Vale of Evesham - the Fleece Inn.
We will be delighted to recommend suitable eating places to you when you arrive, and book them for you if required. If you would like to have information to book something in advance, please do get in contact with us.